Origin of mullerMiddle English molour, probably ; from mullen, to grind: see mull
Origin of mullerMiddle English molour, probably from mullen, to grind; see mull2.
(third-person singular simple present mullers, present participle mullering, simple past and past participle mullered)
Possibly derived from Gerd MÃ¼ller, a German footballer, who was known for his blistering shots on goal, sometimes blasting the ball out of the ground, as in “He absolutely mullered it!".
mull +"Ž -er
- Alternative form of Mueller.